Wednesday, October 07, 2009

I, too, use Wikipedia for my most important propaganda 

If any organization other than the United Nations had done this it would have been mocked and ridiculed at cocktail parties up and down the eastern seaboard.

For the life of me, I will never understand why the United Nations commands such prestige among the world's chattering classes.


By Blogger Cap'n Rusty, at Thu Oct 08, 12:00:00 AM:

THawk: They're making mistakes faster than you can post them . . .


By Anonymous Anonymous, at Thu Oct 08, 01:46:00 PM:

Langmuir's 2nd law seems appropriate:
The effect is of a magnitude that remains close to the limit of detectability, or many measurements are necessary because of the low level of significance of the results.  

By Anonymous Brian Schmidt, at Thu Oct 08, 03:55:00 PM:

Yep, someone could've been more diligent.

Of course WUWT isn't challenging the underlying data. I suppose it's because Watts knows the data used to make the graph is accurate. The other possibility is that WUWT isn't capable of analyzing the data.  

By Blogger JPMcT, at Fri Oct 09, 07:22:00 PM:


The average citizen is so incapable of understanding science...and so eager to participate in the latest apocalyptic frenzy...that the field is ripe for the PT Barnum's of the world to become super-rich.

Sadly, our governments have joined in the feeding frenzy.

It's no wonder that the NEA contributes to Democrats.  

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